It's that time again when RTR pulls together all the great bands they've been spinning and spreads them across Fremantle to give us an excuse to pub crawl in the rain.
State of the Art is a new music festival to celebrate the new name of our June public holiday, and congratulate ourselves on the awesomeness of Perth music.
Back in town, many brave the icy weather to see John Butler on his Tin Shed Tales tour, selling out multiple Melbourne shows.
The nominees for the 2012 edition of the WAMi Awards have been announced at the launch of the WAMi Compilation CD at the Bakery.
There's going to be something to keep you running between stages all day at this one.
The lovely Felicity Groom graced the Beresford with her 60s-esque pop/folk tunes.
Architecture in Helsinki on the Perth leg of their Australian tour.
Rottofest 2011 is almost upon us with this year's music, comedy and art festival taking place on the first weekend of spring, 3rd - 4th September.
Eskimo Joe test-run their new album to an intimate audience at the East Brunswick Club
Official WAMi TV partner, Video Hits will be filming right across the WAMi festival and putting together a WA music special that will air on ABC on 4th June.
The Growl performed their unforgiving heavy blues-rock at the Bakery for the launch of their debut EP, Cleaver Lever with support from Felicity Groom, The Gulls and Bermuda.
Felicity Groom, Sugarpuss, Mile End, and Tusk came together to raise funds and awareness for the Japan tsunami and earthquake the only way they knew how.